The wold famous author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad" and "Cashflow Quadrant" Robert Kiyosaki has become famous for make very controversial statements. Things like "savers are losers" really rubbed people the wrong way. After all everyone was told growing up that it's best to save for a rainy day. He's also famous for saying that your home is not an asset. Again a huge slap in the face to those that have been chasing the so called American dream all of their adult life. As soon as the finally pull the trigger on what they believe to be their biggest investment, here comes Kiyosaki saying that their home is not an asset. Well in true Kiyosaki fashion here is yet another famous controversial statement by Robert Kiyosaki "Get into debt to get rich!" Now he's gone too far right? Most working Americans have been struggling like heck to get out of debt and trying to figure out how to build wealth at the same time. So imagine the confusion when Kiyosake says "get into debt to get rich!"
Well I don't know about you but when I look at the people screaming that we need to get out of debt and realize that none of those people are wealth. I have to take Kiyosaki who is wealthy, and has been for a long time, at his word and believe that he knows what he's talking about. But I'll let him explain in his own words. Check out this short video clip below!
Why Kiyosaki encourages you to get into debt.
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